Note: End of part 2 has warble during last few minutes of program on original tape. Part 11 also has warble and speed issues. Part 32 has speed fluctuations throughout program on tape along with a gap in content from 00:00:39 to 00:08:10. Part 57 has low levels along with microphone fumbling at the beginning - very difficult to hear speaker. Part 59 has warble throughout.
Description: May, John R. (John Rickard), 1909-1988. Building a community foundation. Chance, Ruth Clouse. At the heart of grants for youth. Koshland, Daniel Edward, 1892-1979. Responding to the flow of new ideas in the community. Ehrlich, Philip S., 1889-. An attorney's twenty-five years of philanthropic service. Duveneck, Josephine Whitney. 1891-1978. Working for a real democracy with children and other minority groups. Elkus, Marjorie Doran. d.1978. Recollections of San Francisco private agencies and foundations, 1935-1950. Erskine, Dorothy Ward, Environmental quality and planning: continuity of volunteer leadership. Wyckoff, Florence, 1905-1983. A volunteer career, from the arts and education to public health issues. Solomon, Emmett Gamaliel, 1909-. A corporate citizen's concern for the effectiveness of a community foundation. Somerville, Bill. A foundation executive in training, 1961-1974. Sloss, Frank, 1908-. Tradition and change: continuing education of a foundation board member. Gillette, Edmond S. Smaller foundation trusteeship: obligations to friendship and the community. Glock, Charles. A sociologist comments on getting, using, and making grants. Kuhn, Jean Gerlinger. Balance and order in a community trust. Roth, William M. (William Matson), 1916-2014. Tradition of voluntary solutions to public problems. Foster, Richard L. Avoiding institutional entropy: a school superintendent's view. Luster, Orville. Growth of a grassroots youth agency in the 1960s. Benz, Obie. A new generation of grant-making ideas. Stern, Peter. A new generation of grant-making ideas. Salkind, Milton. New vitality in the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. Stephenson, Edwin. Transition: white man in a black town, 1950-1967. Charles, Caroline Moore. Development and dynamics of volunteer organizations. Martinez, Arabella. The Spanish Speaking Unity Council, Inc., and Bay Area foundations. Hall, Ira Devoyd. Community resources: turning ideas into action.
Call Number: Phonotape 1040 A
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